Summer Camp for Thai Students. Start Date : March 16, 2009 Duration: 90 Days End Date : June 15, 2009. Subjects Covered. Foundation Course English Foundation Course Maths Foundation Course Information Technology Intensive course in any two of the above . Detailed Program.
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Start Date : March 16, 2009
Duration: 90 Days
End Date : June 15, 2009
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The picturesque capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur is color washed pink-the color associated with hospitality in Rajput culture. Built in 1727 A.D. by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh, Jaipur displays a remarkable harmony and architectural splendor. The ancient heart of the Pink City still beats in its fairy-tale palaces, rugged fortresses perched on barren hills and broad avenues that dot the entire city. The only planned city of its time, Jaipur is encircled by a formidable wall.
Built in 1799 AD is the most recognizing monuments of Jaipur. It’s a semi-octagonal monument having 152 windows with overhanging latticed balconies.
The huge masonry instruments were used to study the movement of constellations and stars in the sky.
HAWAMAHAL – PALACE OF WINDS
OBSERVATORY - JANTAR MANTAR
High on the rugged hills outside of town sits ancient forts, including Amber (often called the Amber Fort), where the Jaipur royal house held court for seven centuries. Visitors ridding painted elephants can ascend to the fort to see magnificent gateways, courtyards, pavalions, and a glittering chamber of inlaid mirrors
Ascend the hill to Amber fort on the back of Elephant.
is yet another example of medieval architecture in Rajasthan. Built atop a hill, the Jaigarh fort gives a magnificent view of Jaipur city
Situated on the rugged ridge of Aravali Hills, Nahargarh Fort is situated to the north of Jaipur. Built in 1734 by Sawai Jai Singh II, it was extended in 1868. The fort is also known as Tiger Fort and was built to further enforce the defense of Amber.
The palace complex is a blend of Rajput anmd Mughal architecture.
Displays a large variety of items collected by the royal house like dresses, arms, jewellery, paintings, carpets etc
situated in Ram Niwas Garden and it houses a large collection archeological and hadicraft pieces.
a small palace set in the middle of Man Sagar Lake . A paved couseway leads upto the beautiful palace.
Well known for the intricate carving on the white marble.
Surrounded by the ancient Aravali Mountains and set on the edge of three lakes, is a brilliant kaleidoscope of narrow lanes flanked by bright stalls, gardens, lakes, palaces and temples. 'Udaipur', known as the lovely lakeside capital of Mewar.
FATEH PRAKASH PALACE
The City Palace A majestic architectural marvel towering over the lake on a hill surrounded by crenellated walls, it is a conglomeration of courtyards, pavilions, terraces, corridors, rooms and hanging gardens.
Crystal Gallery in the Fateh Prakash Palace houses breath taking collection of crystals.
The Vintage Car CollectionThe collection comprises a variety of classic & interestingly rare transportation vehicles; some stately & vintage like Cadallas, Chevrolet, Morais etc., while the others are sleek & fast .
SAHELION KI BARI
Situated on the fringe of the desert and surrounded by hills on three sides, Pushkar is a laid back town. A very important pilgrimage spot for Hindus, Pushkar is famous for its lake. It is believed that Lord Brahma set out on a quest for a tranquil spot to perfom a yagna (ceremonial sacrifice) when a lotus fell from his hand.
The soaring Serpent eagles, vultures and other birds can be seen at eye level. Many animals can also be seen along the edges of all the water bodies, which are all visible from here. The fort itself also offers many interesting architectural and historical sights worth viewing and photographing.
This desert fortress is one of Rajasthan's most exotic and unusual towns.An important ancient trading centre because of its strategic location on the camel trade routes, is often described as the 'golden city'. The havelis, built by merchants of the 19th century, are exquisitely carved from golden - yellow sandstone and are still in a beautiful condition.
The Jaisalmer fort was built on the triangular shaped Trikuta hill, 76 m above the town in the 17th century. It is enclosed by a 9m wall with 99 bastions. Within this Rajput fort is a series of palaces, the product of successive generations of rulers.
Two architect brothers built it in the 19th century. Interestingly, while one concentrated on the right, the other concentrated on the left and the result is a symphony epitomising the side by side symmetry during construction
NATHMAL KI HAVELI
This is one of the largest and most elaborate Haveli in Jaisalmer and stands in a narrow lane. It is five storey high and is extensively carved. There are remnants of paintings on some of the inside walls as well as some mirror work.
The delicate pagoda like Tazia Tower rises from Badal Mahal (Cloud Palace). Rising in its five-tiered splendour, with each storey graced by a delicately carved balcony, the tower is of historical significance. Muslim craftsmen built it in the shape of a Tazia and gifted it to their royal patron
PATWAON KI HAVELI
The home of Rathores, Marwar of Marudesh was conquered by them after the fall of Delhi and Kannauj. Rao Jadha founded Jodhpur in 1459 A.D. The old city is fortified, and the wall surrounding it is nearly 10 kms long, with eight gates facing in various directions. The city is situated at the foot of a hillock. Crowning it is the imposing Mehrangarh fort. A spectacular view of the city can be obtained from the battlements of the fort. Jodhpur boasts of a rich heritage and culture, and has a flourishing handicraft industry.